Government Budgets

House GOP slates vote on $15B Trump spending cut package

Jun 6, 2018

The GOP-controlled House is moving ahead on a White House plan to cut $15 billion in leftover spending, scheduling a vote after President Donald Trump took to Twitter to sell the idea

New NASA chief vows US will always have astronauts in orbit

Jun 6, 2018

New NASA chief says changes could be ahead for International Space Station but there will always be a U.S. astronaut in orbit

GOP leader McConnell cancels most of Senate's August recess

Jun 5, 2018

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's canceling most of the Senate's traditional August recess

White House drops plan to cut Ebola funding

Jun 5, 2018

The White House has dropped a proposal to cut $252 million in leftover funding to fight Ebola in Africa as it tries to revive a $15 billion package of spending cuts that has stalled on Capitol Hill

World Cup spending, profits set to fall short of record sums

Jun 5, 2018

The 2018 World Cup has cost Russia billions of dollars to stage and will make FIFA hundreds of millions in profit

Austrian leader calls for EU to shrink its executive branch

Jun 5, 2018

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is urging the European Union to cut management costs and shrink its executive as Vienna prepares to take the bloc's rotating presidency

Tea party class of House Republicans fades

Jun 4, 2018

The tea party revolt that took hold back in 2010 shows the limits of riding a campaign wave into the reality of governing.

End of an era? Tea party class of House Republicans fades

Jun 3, 2018

With House control at stake this fall, the tea party revolt that took hold back in 2010 shows the limits of riding a campaign wave into the reality of governing.

Illinois governor who loudly demanded reforms now is silent

Jun 1, 2018

For years, Gov. Bruce Rauner has been ubiquitous on all things related to the Illinois budget

Illinois pension buyouts may not bring savings budget claims

Jun 1, 2018

Illinois' new state budget relies on more than $400 million in savings from a new pension buyout plan that finance experts caution is highly speculative and may not save as much money as lawmakers say

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